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Pride Northwest is thrilled to welcome RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' TATIANNA to Portland in her first headlining appearance!
Expect an exciting night of entertainment, featuring live performances from many of Portland's favorite performers combined with a multimedia experience on the big screen! Artemis Chase returns to the Portland stage for the first time in 18 months to host the show. Local performers will include Carla Rossi, Niki Vi, Baby Le'Strange, Mack Stachio, Nae Nae Dominatrix, Flawless Shade & Mona "Shpongledhoops."
Due to mature themes, this event is for audiences 18+.
Does the sex offender registry make our communities safer, or is misinformation putting us at greater risk? In her independent and self-produced documentary REGISTERED, college student Megan Eleanor Clark takes us along on her three-year journey deep into the heart of this conversation. In doing so, this 30-minute film kick-starts a much-needed dialogue about an aspect of public safety that has far-reaching moral and social justice implications.Through interviews with clinicians, lawyers, offenders, and community service providers who struggle to make sense out of legal policy and real life, REGISTERED humanizes those who have been most impacted by the Oregon sex offender registry.
Admission for this event is FREE on a first-come, first-served basis.Housecall Providers Presents: THE INVISIBLE PATIENTS: Life at the Edges of the Healthcare System
An official selection at the 2016 Heartland Film Festival and Cucolorus Film Festival, and winner of the Audience Choice Award at the 2016 Indy Film Fest, THE INVISIBLE PATIENTS tells the story of Jessica Macleod, a nurse practitioner, and four patients she cares for in their homes in Evansville, Indiana. Together they put a human face on some of the most urgent healthcare issues facing our nation, from the living conditions of the elderly poor and end-of-life care, to the soaring costs of hospitalization, complexity of insurance and over-prescription of opiates.
Jess’s patients’ stories reveal the emotional and financial burdens created by our current system, and cry out for solutions. THE INVISIBLE PATIENTS pulls back the curtain on a hidden, vulnerable population whose circumstances ask us to wrestle with not just healthcare policy, but as importantly, how to mend today’s fraying social fabric.